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August 17, 2015
Use Transitions and Your Kid Will, Too

Transitions — words and phrases that connect ideas — are often underutilized in children's essays. Use transitions in your everyday speech to help your kids' ears become accustomed to the language. Say, "We're going out. Specifically, we're headed to the supermarket." Work transitions like consequently, certainly, conversely, previously, and others into your regular speech.


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